Tiger Woods looking to gain long-term consistency
HollywoodNews.com: Tiger Woods has been selected to represent the United States in the Ryder Cup tournament, despite a series of mediocre performances at his recent tournaments. However, it seems as if the golfer knows that he needs some work done and is considering revamping his swing.
In an effort to gain long-term consistency, he is going to be working with Sean Foley to improve his game. He said, “I’ve committed to the concepts, and more than anything, I understand what he’s trying to teach,” reports ESPN. He then added, “I’m pleased at the progress I’ve made in my game working with Sean.”
“That’s been nice to see the progress, to be able to go out there and hit the golf ball the way I know I can, know the fixes and understand the concept. That is something I am proud of, and I’m showing some good signs so far and just got to keep building.”
Let’s hope he can make some big progress before the Ryder Cup.
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